PHOTOS: Celebration At Sea-Tac Airport’s Conference Center For Gold Star Award Winners


Print This Post  Email This Post

The Highline Schools Foundation for Excellence held their Gold Star Awards breakfast this Friday morning (Apr. 20).

The occasion allows the Foundation to recognize award winners from the Highline School District in a variety of categories.

This year’s winners were:

  • Astha Tada, Cascade Middle School
    Outstanding Volunteer
  • Barbara Rodgers, Health Sciences & Human Services High School
    Outstanding Classified or Professional Support Staff
  • Dr. Alan Spicciati, Interim Superintendent
    Outstanding Administrator
  • David Sabey, The Sabey Corporation
    Outstanding Alumnus
  • Darcy Smith, McMicken Heights Elementary School
    Outstanding Teacher

This year’s event took place in a new venue, at the Sea-Tac International Airport Conference Center.

The Foundation was established in 1999 with the purpose of providing community resources to help Highline Public Schools succeed.

BTB photog Michael Brunk was at the breakfast and shot the following photos. You can click individual thumbnails to view high resolution images.

Print This Post  Email This Post

Comments

4 Responses to “PHOTOS: Celebration At Sea-Tac Airport’s Conference Center For Gold Star Award Winners”
  1. M-on-a-bike says:

    I want to know the story behind the blue gloves! They’re quite dramatic and memorable. What’s up with ’em?

    Rate: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

  2. M-on-a-bike says:

    I see the “Hands Up for Highline Schools” poster. How did they integrate the gloves?

    Rate: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

  3. Chuck says:

    It was a great event. Thanks, Michael, for taking all of the photos. The gloves are an illustration of all of the facets of the Foundation’s support for the schools.

    Rate: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

  4. Ashley F--HSF Staff says:

    Thanks for your interest in the gloves! They were created as a giveaway for 2012 Cove to Clover race registrants–and as a branding opportunity for the Foundation who’s logo includes two blue hands. Areas the Highline Schools Foundation funds are listed on each finger (which you can’t see in the photos!) They are: Arts, Athletics, Scholarships, Academics, and Community. We thought they would be a nice giveaway at the Gold Star Awards breakfast, too–since our theme these year was “Hands Up for Highline!”
    It was a great event!

    Rate: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0